will even, in some respects, overcome institutional restraints upon such things. so, if it does, indeed, come back to values, beliefs, attitudes and expectations, then we need to do more than just shift economic incentives. it is also a question of showing how the normative case, the moral case for free economy goes far, far beyond the logic of supply and demand. now, in becoming europe's concluding chapter, i try and sketch out what i think what the agenda much like. i suggest that if values are as core to economic culture as i think they are, then americans need to be very clear about the value choices they must make if they want to avoid economic european and asian. they have to choose, for example, to prioritize the good of creation over wealth redistribution. they have to pray it -- prioritized transparency and accountability is a falsehood.